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Bootlint This Page

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Use this extension to inject the Bootlint tool into the web page and automatically scan it for common Bootstrap related errors

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Description from store Adds a single click Bootlint This Page button which will execute the bootlint.js script against the current page. If errors are found then bootlint.js will generate a JavaScript alert and the errors will be displayed in the JavaScript console window. To view the errors simply press F12 to bring up the developer tools and then click the console tab. **Note: This extension is not affiliated with the official Bootlint or Bootstrap projects**

Latest reviews

  • (2015-07-03) Francois DELAGE: An option to exclude some lint return codes as W005 when using requirejs would be much appreciated. Optional: not having to get an alert to click to read the console.log ;)
  • (2014-10-17) Martin Mich├ílek: Nice, but showing errors in console is little bit unclear. Somebody, please do it as one-off web-based validator! :)
  • (2014-10-14) Leon F.: Very handy. Great for learners as I'm coming to grips with containers, rows, for groups etc...
  • (2014-10-09) Alex Pearlstein: So far helpful in knowing I did it right the first time.

Latest issues

  • (2017-04-14, v:1.2) M Willey: Error Log
    With the Bootlint webpage returning API errors I noticed there was a Chrome extension and downloaded it. Unlike the site, the extension error log isn't showing what line in your code the error is on. Am I just missing it? If no, it would be helpful if the error log showed you what line in the code your error is on. Thanks.


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4.25 (8 votes)
Last update / version
2014-12-01 / 1.2
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